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May
04
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Is it possible to inoculate, or de-traumatize, someone who has just experienced a probably-traumatic event?This would entail somehow interfering with the traumatization process, if slightly after the initial fact of the event. When distress and shock overwhelm the mind’s normal ability to process and integrate an experience, it is consolidated, or stored, as a traumatic memory. Traumatization arises from the individual’s subjective experience of an event, as well as subsequent coping process, especially during the six hour post-event memory consolidation period.What if, after a potentially…
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